After Saturday night…

On Saturday night a Blokes with Bibles event was hosted around a bonfire where we talked about the problem of pornography. The night, the turnout, the conversations, the care, the way in which men faced the problem with the gospel exceeded …

Our Prayer for Mother’s Day

Our Father in heaven, we thank you for our Mothers, this Mother’s Day. Thank you for their love, care and self-sacrifice of service for our sake because of their love. Gracious God, we’ve heard from your word this year in …

Lest we forget…God

Tomorrow around our nation, and across the ditch, Aussies and Kiwis will say these words at dawn and throughout the day in low tones of respect: “Lest we forget” Personally, my farming family was caught up in World War I …

New City Catechism

We love children at Reforming, and we love their Mums and Dads too! As a church we take the care of children very seriously, so that families can have lots of fun as we all live under Jesus care and grow …

You’re Meant to Lament to God

Who do you turn to when you’re suffering? Maybe you’ve never really suffered yet, but the chances are in our world that’s bent out of shape by human sin, the hurts of our hearts, that you will have some suffering …

Membership Matters

Why does Membership matter?         The short answer: because the church matters. The longer answer is the rest of this article. All those who know Christ as their personal Lord and Saviour are already members of the …

Members on Mission

[Membership Series 2 of 3] Members are on Mission because membership matters In part one of our series on membership (Membership Matters), we saw that membership of the local church is important in God’s plans for the world. Here in part …

Pray & Connect with Carols

For most of the year Jesus Christ is a by-word among our neighbours, friends and families. But at Christmastime there will be shops and service stations, concerts and carols across TV channels where songs of Jesus will see people singing: …

Elders and their Children

A timely question came in on one of our Communication Cards recently… “Please explain Titus 1:6, re: children of an elder being believers. Where is the line drawn, i.e. children (older) making their own choices?” The question coincides with our season …